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A study of the relationships among selected language abilities

Vergil Herbert Hughes

A study of the relationships among selected language abilities

by Vergil Herbert Hughes

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English


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Thesis (D.Educ.)-Graduate School, University of Missouri, 1950.

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predictable sequence, the rate of language development among children varies substantially primarily due to the complex interaction between genetic and environmental factors. The amount and kind of language stimulation at home and family stresses such as child abuse contribute to children’s language . a study which dealt with one aspect of the question of why one language is easy to comprehend while another is not was reported. specifically, it studied the problem of increasing the precision of readability prediction. the objectives were (1) to determine the forms and strengths of the relationships between comprehension difficulty of language and measurable dimensions (linguistic variables.

  As educators and researchers pursue greater understanding of the best strategies for teaching English learners, the two productive language domains—speaking and writing—have traditionally been addressed separately. With the increasing emphasis of Common Core standards and their emphasis on all students gaining more advanced and academic writing skills, this study . pothesis about the relationships among these constructs. Other hypotheses may be equally plau-sible, but this paper considers the relationships shown in Figure 1, which presents the theoretical model underlying the effort. Student attitudes and behavior stand .

ABSTRACTResearch Findings: This study explored the relations between Spanish–English dual language learner (DLL) children’s home language and literacy experiences and their expressive vocabulary and oral comprehension abilities in Spanish and in English. Data from Spanish–English mothers of 93 preschool-age Head Start children who resided in central Pennsylvania were analyzed. Among children learning English, the range in age at particular stages and in the amount and kinds of language they acquire is very wide. Among the 42 children Hart and Risley () observed longitudinally, the average age of saying the first word was 11 months; the range, however, was 8 .


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The present protocol analysis supplements Sasaki's() study, which used structural equation modeling to investigate the relationships among measures of second language proficiency (SLP), foreign language aptitude, and two types of intelligence (verbal intelligence and reasoning).Cited by: Relationships between selected language variables and comprehensive ability and difficulty.

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Expressive language disorder – involves incorrect use of words and tenses, problems forming sentences (which. The present study present study explored the relationships among language use, phonological skill, and vocabulary development for 36 Cuban and Puerto Rican ELL preschoolers.

Family-level variables included mother's education level and mother's language ability. Three-way ANOVAs were used to investigate the relationships among child- and family-level variables and children's performance on.

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On the Relationship among Teacher Talk, Authentic Material, and ListeningComprehension Ability of Iranian EFL Learners Fatemeh Layeghian Javan 1 and Farzad Mashhadi 2, Iran  [FULL PAPER] Nominal Infinitive in English and Arabic: A Contrastive Study.

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